Gnu Hampus Pro

May 21, 2008

The 2007-2008 Gnu Hampus Pro Snowboard is the pro board for team rider Hampus Masseson. The Hampus Pro is a Twin Tip FreeStyle snowboard that is made to ride the whole mountain, but it performs really well in the park.

Gnu Hampus Pro Snowboard
The Hampus Pro is constructed with Harmonic Directional Sidecut and Magne-Traction giving this snowboard amazing stability and control. These edges really bit into the snow when you are turning and they do not get hung up when you are rail riding. On this board when you are cranking down the mountain or hitting the rails and boxes you will feel in total control.

This Gnu snowboard also features a core of Altered Genetic Aspen wood to make the board ultra lightweight while also being very strong. The EISS 9 Sidewalls provide this snowboard super light spin weight and a ton of pop. The board is capped off with a Wax infused Sintered Base to make the board super fast and low maintenance.

Features of The Gnu Hampus Pro Snowboard:

  • Sandwich Construction
  • EISS 9 Sidewalls
  • Wax Infused Sintered Base
  • Twin Tip
  • Harmonic Directional Sidecuts
  • Altered Genetic/Aspen Cores


One Response to “Gnu Hampus Pro”

  1. anthony on January 10th, 2009 10:00 pm

    I got this board in the summer time pretty cheap but brand new! Put on my solomon relay pro bindings waxed the board and waited for the first snow fall. I live in jersey where most/all of the snow is man made and ices up pretty badly, so the magnetraction was freakin awesome for that. The board rode great!! I owned the mountain,rails,and jumps. The flex is perfect on this board. ONLY 1 problem I am not happy with at all. The edges rusted very badly after my first time riding it. I used a scotchbrite pad and got some off but when I say they rusted bad I mean it!! I dont know whats up with it. I have a board thats 10 years old and it never rusted except for an occasional spot here and there that you could get off easily with an edge sharpener. Other than that I am happy with the board.

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